Hot-tempered, wild-haired, chain-smoking, triple-named and thrice-married, Marco Pierre White once was as famous for his fury as for his feasts. Heralding from working-class origins, White had a childhood marked by the death of his mother when he was 6, his father’s subsequent retreat into alcohol and gambling, and the suffering he endured at school as a dyslexic in a time when dyslexia was little understood. He learned to be tough, and it served him well as he trained in the ...
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